Bulldog, the former manager of dancehall artist Shatta Wale, has revealed that the dancehall artist’s first major stage performance was Sarkodie’s first Rapperholic show, following their ongoing beef.
Lawrence Asiamah Hanson, also known as Shatta Wale, criticized the rapper Sarkodie, who is based in Tema, for claiming to be superior to him in a post on his official Facebook page.
Bulldog claims that because Shatta Wale was performing on wooden stages, he brought Rapperholic with him and his crew, and that was the biggest stage he had ever mounted in his career.
Bulldog then posted a video of Shatta Wale stating that, up until Sarkodie’s Rapperholic came calling, he had been performing on Sapele and Wawa stages. That was his first major stage.
Bulldog wrote in his post that Shatta Wale is now saying he’s better than Sarkodie, whose stage gave him the opportunity to play at a fancy venue eleven years ago.
He came to the conclusion that since Sarkodie is ten years older than Shatta Wale, he should keep deluding himself.
This is what his post says: “I created RAPPERHOLIC together with my team, Nabil Alhassan and Kendrick Yehowada Meek. The platform that gave you a CHANCE TO PERFORM for THE FIRST TIME in your life on a PROPER STAGE WITH LIGHTING AND SOUND and a CLASSY VENUE 11 years ago. Today you say you are better than Sarkodie?
King ? Sark is A DECADE AHEAD of you. KWASHIABI KWASHIA! #junkie”
See screenshot of his post below:
In other news, Hilda Baci has come under fire from a Nigerian man for preparing a “premature jollof” and having the gall to claim on a podcast that Ghanaian jollof is bland.
After witnessing Chef Faila cook in an attempt to shatter the record for the longest cooking session, he made these remarks.
The Nigerian man showered Chef Faila with compliments for her delicious cooking and eye-catching meal presentations.
He continued by criticizing Hilda Baci for calling herself a chef despite the fact that she presented her meals poorly during her cook-a-thon.